The Power of a Stamp!

  • Wedding Wednesday

are attending multiple graduations for some of our kids. (If you’re new to the blog, Michael is a Youth Pastor…we don’t have 60 kids of our own……well we kinda do… it’s hard to explain).  So This Wedding Wednesday is going to be short and sweet! I had something else planned but that will have to wait until a week when I’m not editing TWO weddings and shooting two sessions and going to graduations! Today is a good post because it’s showing you how a $10 STAMP can totally transform your wedding!! I LOVED Nikki and Alex’s wedding from this past weekend!


She made everything look so organic and classy and SIMPLE. I love SIMPLE when it’s done the right way! One way to do it right is to be CONSISTENT. Consistency creates an overall “LOOK” to your wedding.  It’s the same when it comes to branding too.  If you’re not consistent, people will miss the “look” you’re going for. Nikki mastered this consistency thing! By investing in one stamp, she created a “look” for her wedding! I loved it! She used this “Love Birds” stamp on everything! It was on the programs, the recipe booklets, the cookie jars, etc. She even used the design of the birds on the signs that were at the end of the driveway! This stamp was like their wedding “Logo”.  So brides out there…. if you want consistency, find a “Look” that you love and stick with it!!! If you’re lucky, you’ll find a cute little stamp that will transform all of your details!:)

This love birds theme even inspired this cute cake topper!!

xoxo, Katelyn
4 Comments Wedding Wednesday
  1. Abby Grace Photography reply

    this is such a good post! I bought a custom rubber stamp for my branding (different situation. but sort of similar?) and it’s done wonders. I stamp that thing EVERYWHERE. also, I didn’t know your husband is a Youth Pastor- my husband wants to do the same thing. you guys are quite possibly one of the cutest couples I’ve seen in a long time, and I love it when you include bits about him in your blog. I feel like that makes you even more real. :)

  2. Sarah Danaher reply

    such a great, creative idea!

  3. Abby Grace Photography reply

    Just to clarify- when I say “real” I mean “down-to-earth” and “easy to relate to.” not “real” as in “imaginary.” this was probably completely unnecessary.

  4. katie g reply

    katelyn, how am i supposed to keep track of all the ideas i love and desire for my wedding !!!! I LOOOVE the wooden sign with the stamp painted on it! ah i love the idea of love birds! too cute & creative!

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